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after a mighty long day I was near the town of Montreul on Lake Genèva and
thought it was time to find a hotel for the night. On top of that my little
Honda was also getting rather low on fuel and so a petrol station was needed.
pulled up at a number of stations but found they were all those pain in the
neck self service card machines and so I simply continued until I finally found
one with a pay at counter service which is much easier. ...
... Tui, pukeko, Kakapo. We went to a bakery to get our lunch and then we looked at some more stuff in the museum.
Then we went on the bus and looked at the lake and saw some swans then we looked at some shops and after we finished that we walked to the train station and came back to Nyon and had dinner.
Saturday the group left the French Riviera via the autoban, splitting up in Aix en Provence. Dave and Janet took to the country roads on a nice ride through the Luberon despite threatening clouds, overnighting in Gap after visiting Lourmain, Apt and Sisteron along the way.
The following day they headed for the higher elevations, with alternating sunny and cloudy skies, over several more passes on the way to Grenoble. Road closures and a 15km ...
... it wasn't open yet.
Over the next few hours, we zigzagged our way up, up, up, to an altitude of 2,000m to Refuge de Loriaz where we enjoyed some drinks and our lunches. I ordered a lemonade, which came in a glass bottle, and was sparkling. Quite refreshing!
The hike down was steep and a little ******* the knees, but certainly easier in terms of cardio! ...
... trains that you pick up and ride to different train stations - all stops of which are conveniently stocked with ice cream, novelties and souvenirs..
"I WANT ONE..!!!" ….hmmmm….ME TOO!!
Oh look at the time! It's 'ice cream' o'clock.
If Switzerland's economy relied solely on ice cream, I think we will have single handedly kept the economic engine humming. Oh my...
The swiss are typically known for being ...